May 31 in Barmen. As his seventh son, Wilhelm was the godson? March 17, in Teicha. May 18, in Duisberg-Meiderich. October 29, in Duisberg-Meiderich. June 07, in Duisberg-Meiderich. December 24, in Duisberg-Meiderich. April 22, in Berlin. November 25, in Bielefeld. A student in August 21, , d. December 22, Died as an infant, and listed out of order. February 04, in Canig; d. He was b. August 06, in Seifartshain near Leipzig, d. November 04, August 23, in Dresden, d. Lived in Dresden and Wachwiss. Henriette died on February 21, According to Ancestry.
September 05, in Bremen. Also Dr. December 13, , d. February 03, in Helmershaufen. March 12, in Dresden. February 21, August 17, in Dresden, and d.
September 04, in Dresden. October 07, , d. May 26, September 08, , whose younger sister would marry Anton's brother Benno. Marie Wilhelmine married a second time after Anton died. She died on January 11, May 20, , d. November 11, He returned in to Germany. October 15, in Chemnitz, sister of Marie Wilhelmine.
She lived until June 17, in Dresden, d. December 17, October 08, in Barmen, d. June 05, March 28 , d. June 23, March 29, , lived in Remscheid. June 29, , d. February 22, April 21, , d. March 25, April 15, , d. January 06, July 04, in Remscheid, was a kaufmann. June 05, in Remscheid. December 05, in Remscheid. January 16, in Remscheid. July 01 , d. December 09, May 07, in Canig; d.
December 31, , d. April 06, February 18, in Canig; d. October 19, , d. January 20, in Gumbinnen. July 19, in Canig bei Guben Lausitz ; d. May 30, , d. May 08, May 12, ; d. November 22, June 19, ; d. December 27, January 03, ; d. May 30, in Braunsberg, d. July 04, Johann Gerhard Heinrich Kloevekorn owned it and then sold it. Maximilian was the administrator and overseer and he remained in that position after Ottenhagen was sold.
November 26, September 22, in Ottenhagen, East Prussia, d. August 28, , d. March 08, in Hannover. See B. Her husband and his sister Marie Anna were in the Russian zone. Her husband finally got back to Hellendorf in , in a rather daring escape riding a freight train that crossed the border from east to west. March 08, with his twin sister in Ottenhagen; d. January 20, He went to Holland and worked in the tulip fields as a young man.
He emigrated to America in January Bruno drove a mule team pulling a fresno scraper for grading roads in Medford, Oregon. He was a teamster with a wagon near Ferndale, CA. He trained to become a milk tester for the State of California. He tested dairy cows for tuberculosis and butter fat content. Bruno photo was a clerk and bookkeeper in the Dixon and Dixon General Store for many years. Eleanor was the county librarian for Loleta, CA. He is a retired mechanical engineer and private pilot.
He worked on the Manhattan Project. Al was the designer of the vacuum tank and supporting structure of the first 40 foot linear proton accelerator at Berkeley, CA. His web page. Carol has two children, Mark and Sarah, by her first husband. Carol died in of complications of Type I diabetes. She has two sons, Michael and Ryan, from a previous marriage. Cynthia and Ted have triplets. Ted is a computer scientist.
March 08, with her twin brother in Ottenhagen, d. She was married on July 11, to Dr. June 07, , and both were still living in They lived in Bielefeld in August 15, Sometime before the end of WWII he supervised an orphanage there. He was driven from his home after On October 10, he became pastor in Burg in Fehmarn. October 17, in Gross Wogenab, d. November 29, in Neuteich bei Danzig. July 20, , d. May 05, in Stettin. The union did not last long. Die Vereinigung dauerte aber nicht lange.
April 28, in Lassan, d. November 30, in Dargiz Krs. December 12, in Rottleberode, d. December 12, in Schleswig. January 20, in Neuteich, d. March 07, August 12, in Neuteich, d. October 19, in Ratzebuhr. April 01, in Neuteich, d. November 17, in Siliren. October 13, in Berlin, d. October 17, January 08, in Neuteich, d. November 02, in Horburg, d. Occupation in Municipal operating engineer at the plant. Worked as an engineer in various cities for the company of Rud. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania , since August 13, was a volunteer in the Colonial Army under General von Lettow-Vorbeck, directed until March , porters and commissary in Moshi.
On Was in captivity in the Tura prison camp near Cairo. Repatriated on As a civil engineer in the district of Waldenburg in Silesia, from December operation of the municipal engineer depots in Allenstein, on Stammtafeln B. Geriet am Am IV "B. February 17, in Neuteich, Danzig, Pommern, Polen, d.
August 25, in Berlin-Charlottenburg. April 27, in Berlin, d. February 08, , in Berlin, d. December 24, in Berlin-Charlottenburg, d. He was a pastor. September 26, in Gunzenhausen, d. May 22, in Metz, d. May 20, in Oldenburg. MUMM, married C. The source is www. MUMM male H. MUMM married I. MUMM female M. MUMM female E.
MUMM married M. May 13, L. MUMM male G. MUMM male S. MUMM female. January 14, in Berlin-Charlottenburg, d. March 29, ; d. September 11, June 04, in Wogenab, d. June 11, in Klein Haverbeck. She died at age 39, fifteen days after giving birth to her 12th child. February 02, , d. May 04, The town of Preussisch Eylau is now called Bagrationovsk.
Gerhard studied agriculture at the University in Jena between and He was apparently quite wealthy and traveled extensively. In he went on a study tour through the United States. Retired in in Berlin-Steglitz. More on the history of the Kloevekorn family. December 24, in Ottenhagen, d. October 14, in Hannover. May 15, , d. July 12, in Ottenhagen. January 07, in Brosowen. He has a degree in computer science and lives in Neunkirchen, Germany.
They did not have any other children. September 23, in Ottenhagen, d. February 20, in Schmelz by Memel, d. January 01, September 11, in Obernkirchen. She graduated from Preussisch Eylau Teacher's Seminary.
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She taught Home Economics to future farm wives. May 17, , d. January 14, in Bad Nenndorf. Freddy and his brothers were ship brokers Schiffsmaklers who negotiated rates and schedules for freight at the port of Danzig. Ottilie and the two children had to flee in March of and left everything they owned behind.
They ended up in Denmark for a year and a half, where they were interned in a refugee camp. Freddy survived the war and was reunited with them in The family started a new life outside of Hannover. Lives in Michigan. Sales representative for a large dental supply company. Carol was born in Karachi, Pakistan as a British citizen. They have no children and live in Hamburg. They have a second home in Florida. Axel graduated from the University of Hamburg, worked for Volkswagen for two years, and then for the Exxon Corporation from until the end of He held in different positions in procurement and construction contracts, mostly in worldwide locations.
He worked on new refineries, tank farms, heating plants, drilling platforms, and the Flexicoker project in Holland. He was Head of Procurement for the international Exxon tanker fleet, and then worked on new gas stations in the former DDR. He worked in London and Brussels to introduce "best practices" methods in contruction and maintenance, mainly for gas stations. After his official resignation from Exxon he had a number of freelance positions in China, Belgium and Germany.
He retired in March 31, from wounds received in World War II. He never married. He lived almost all of his life in Memel, where his mother also lived. December 15, in Ottenhagen, d. June 11, Ernst is Stammtafel B. August 28, in Klein Haverbeck, d. September 22, in Ottenhagen. Wilhelm researched his family tree and traced it back years. He was an engineer and was part of a team that constructed the Tsingtau Pukow Railroad in China as well as the railroad in Bagdad in Aleppo in the years His wife accompanied him on all of his assignments.
His wife happened to be in their summer home in Hellendorf, which was under British occupation. Wilhelm and his sister Marie Anna finally got back to Hellendorf in , in a rather daring escape riding a freight train that crossed the border from east to west. Their home in Hellendorf included one room that was furnished entirely with Chinese treasures and another that was a Hunting Room with trophies all over the walls. August 06, in Klein Haverbeck, d.
Marie Anna finally got back to Hellendorf in , in a rather daring escape with her brother riding a freight train that crossed the border from east to west. She never married. November 27, in Uderwangen. Eberhard was reported missing in the summer of July 25, in Klein Haverbeck. There should be no entry for the letter i, because it would be confused with the roman numeral i. Instead the printers left out the entry for the letter j. February 02, in Klein Haverbeck.
January 03, in Klein Haverbeck, d. June 13, in Freiwalde. November 07, in Kupferhammer, Krs. December 26, in Bremen, married Mr. They lived in Hamburg. November 11, in Kulfen. May 28, in Klein Haverbeck, fell in the battle of the Somme, d. July 29, He was director at the Deutsche Bank in Constantinopel. September 05, in Heidelberg, d. March 18, in Heidelberg. December 20, in Heidelberg. They lived in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. April 09, , d. April 17, , not baptized. December 16, January 24, , landowner of Freiwalde bei Elbing, son of Dr. Dross and his wife Marie. October 24, in Friewalde, joined reserve Infantry Regiment 18 as a Leutnant on August 03, , fell near Tannenberg, d.
August 26, May 03, in Freiwalde. Was a framer. January 09, , in Friewalde, married in Elbing on May 17, to Dr. August 25, , d. September 08, in Freiwalde. September 17, in Freiwalde, went in to California to his stepbrother, is an electronic technician in Samoa, Humboldt County, California. Now in Portland, Oregon. January 21, in Oceanside, CA. December 05, in Oceanside, CA. January 21, , in Elbing, served in Infantry Regiment , was wounded twice, fell and d. September 21, , d. Franz Rat and his assistant Miss Pimpenelle, the grey mouse, hold strictly to this rule.
It makes no difference whether Dr. Rat's patients, such as Cat Nelson, number among their mortal enemies - everyone receives treatment. With caution, of course. Barrels of poison in vast numbers are being dumped on the hill. Clever, tricky, and with believable citizen's courage Franz Rat and Miss Pimpernelle succeed in saving their world. The rights of handicapped children and the right of protection as a refugee are treated in a separate chapter. The situation of children from around the world is presented in short texts, usually illustrated with photos.
Suggestions for activities in one's own country are given which make it possible, on a small or larger scale, to do something, preferably with the help of schools and educators. One chapter reports on the widely unknown work of the children's parlaments in Germany and lists their addresses. Through their commitment these texts give hope to the idea that actions taken against the injustice which children experience throughout the whole world can be meaningful. She had been active in the Communist resistance. At the time of her death her son was three years old, she herself In , two years before the opening of the archives, Ditte Clemens, a citizen of the GDR, began to investigate the available sources - and after endless difficulties with the officials also the archival materials - about Liselotte Herrmann, who was considered a model case of a Communist resistance fighter.
The official, i. Thus with this book an example of citizen's courage in the immediate present is unfolded for the reader. The desire and personal wish of the author to make history transparent, to set recognizable truth off from the declared cliches, gave her the courage to overstep them. In mutually complementary, alternating chapters, Ditte Clemens develops the archive material in question in a fascinating manner for the reader and at the same time reports on her own difficulties in the search for truth.
It becomes evident - this is the merit of this book - what kind of historical falsification is necessary in a dictatorship of any color and that only the resistance of individuals can remedy it. ISBN Divorce - Family - Argument Lena and Lars try in their own way to do something about the more and more frequent arguments between their parents.
Lena even climbs up onto the rooftop and threatens to jump off. Unfortunately, they have to accept the fact that neither their acts nor their sorrow change anything in this conflict, and that lawyers are not always the bad guys, but in some cases understanding people who are concerned as individuals and as lawyers about the "welfare of the children. Without glossing over the difficulties, the author indicates that it is possible to cope with unexpected and painful new situations with outside help. The reader is spared a view of the future; instead the lively energy of the protagonists gives hope for a better one.
He ran into this group of like- minded, in thought and deed violence-oriented gang at the age of twelve. The "solution" to the asylum seeker problem in Germany provides them with a goal and direction: they are not concerned about human lives. When one member of the group stands up to the others and saves a foreigner child, he is beaten to death by the gang.
Full of catch words but still impressive, the author writing under a pseudonym portrays in the protagonist all the inner problems, brutality and lack of orientation seen among young people who have turned to violence, including the vicious circle of their isolated life's circumstances at school, in the family, and in the community, which condemns them to speechlessness. Violence in the family is continued outside of it. Blamed is once again the generation of parents who, in turn, had not been able to free themselves of their past.
In a political sense the boys are mostly fully ignorant, they seek to be part of a substitute family, they want to retreat into their den, which is stocked to the hilt with weapons hut also quite homey with refrigerator and bed. Right-wing ideas and ideology are disseminated and practiced by veterans of the Nazi dictatorship who want to raise the youth to be "right fellows", just as they once were. In its word rhythm the text conveys the staccato of rap - the music and life- style of a generation fixed on speed and volume.
The readability of the text carries the danger that its content will not be seen as the negative world which it seeks to portray. What do Girls Do? ISBN Whether the scene involves a snake with human children's features or a thoroughly plausible happening such as the wish to read undisturbed, closer inspection shows that each portrait involves the dark side of the dear little ones.
Irmgard sits reading in a stuffed wing chair on a carpet of racing rats, probably in order to disgust the adults. Patricia "keeps an eye on her brother" by twirling him like an airplane around her near solid iron posts. Yvonne wants to watch television and keeps a knife and cleaver ready, just in case. Boys and feeble adults fathers make a poor showing, serving as mere show or as objects of female aggression. As in Heidelbach's past picture books, there is nothing child-like here.
In so far this could be an alphabet which teaches the grown-ups to feel the creeps. Some early interpersonal, but not yet verbalized experiences are presented here visually with subversive irony. ISBN animal protection - animal shelters - man-animal -relationship - responsibility Animals of most varied types who have found shelter on an estate with animal lovers introduce themselves. In spite of an often poeticized form, the texts tell of quite real and commonplace, happy and terrible animal fates which are taken seriously in these friendly surroundings - of grooming and comradeship, and of death and loss.
The authors work full-time in creative professions and are actively committed to the cause of animals' rights to respect and protection. But today Ernst gets into a dispute with August. Ernst gets up and August slays in bed when the alarm goes off at 5 a. Thus everything goes wrong on this day. Ernst falls off the bicycle, is bitten by a dog, and in his haste has forgotten to put on his uniform or anything else. For all of these mishaps he naturally blames his alter ego August, who is lying at home in a warm bed. As Ernst is ready to confront August, Ernst August wakes up with a start.
For the first time in his mailman existence he has overslept! A simple and humorous fable about the inner sleepyhead everyone knows. The illustrations; just as in the said morning rush, accidently smeared and corrected, but chrystal clear in their statement, with the necessary The mailman Ernst August is certified as the most punctual mailman in the world. Ernst gets up and August stays in bed when the alarm goes off at 5 a.
The illustrations; just as in the said morning rush, accidently smeared and corrected, but chrystal clear in their statement, with the necessary pinch of wink-eye. ISBN Banquet - Vanity - Trickery - Fable The peacock issues invitations to the wedding of the century and everyone comes, in fancy dress, to celebrate with him. There is singing and dancing on the tables.
True to his tricky nature, the fox offers his bushy tail as a wedding table - and disappears with the food and drink into his foxhole as soon as it is served, where he lives it up for a full week "and gave no one a crumb. Ensikat's graphic design for the text corresponds to the intent of the tale.
Each illustration of this charmingly bestial show-off wedding party tempts the reader to enjoyable perusal thanks to the artist's mastership. The book's design enables all of the vain comrades of the wedding's host to be properly shown in the picture book world. Both girls learn from and about each other - the customs and rules of their respective cultures. And yet Steffi unknowingly offends her foreign friend seriously by inviting her to a birthday party without her brother as escort. And Steffi cannot understand why Aischa expected such an invitation or is injured.
Because of the ignorance of both children, the friendship is nearly at a breaking point. Only when Aischa is about to return to Lebanon with her family because their temporary quarters are threatened by attacks and her brother is insulted and mistreated in Germany, just as in his homeland, does a reconciliation take place. Simple imagery in and for the text. This book could be used in classrooms to help examine the situation of children from abroad.
Germany German - - Merten, C. Catastrophe threatens, the German reunification is endangered. Only with the help of a magic ring, which had once decided the order of succession in the House of the Hohenzol lern, could a solution perhaps be found. The ring is looked for. Political leisure reading about the state of the nation, for children and adults. Galileo ISBN Nuclear Acchlent - Survival - Community - Nature An unexplainable catastrophe has turned the whole earth into a death zone, with the exception of only a few elevated areas.
The survivors must try to secure their living with the natural means at their disposal. Using the example of a village community, the author describes spellbindingly what is possible in this situation and how life can continue to function. The conciliatory conclusion is the discovery that in the seas living nature - at the micro-level - is developing anew and the dead areas becoming overgrown.
A warning for everyone, and a thrilling book as well. ISBN Transformation - Body Size - Observation Grandfather Karl-Gustav is given the surprising opportunity through a fantastic natural happening, lo be transformed into a mini- grandfather. When the twins Jenny and Johan pop in on him in the holidays, they have problems with their absent-minded or - seemingly - fully absent host, until they discover him in his disguise. And there are still more discoveries to be made by all children and adults who let themselves be transformed. How enormous a straaw is, or wonder of flight the living dragon-fly is!
The author's intent stems from natural-ethical and religious ideas and aims at the abolition of structural violence. Fantasy, joie de vie, and the power of imagination on the part of the by chance large beings people for the little world all around them could help people to observe more closely and to respect and protect what is living. To let one's self be transformed from big to small could occur without any physical tricks of fantasy and help a person to empathize with the little ones. The particular merit of this text is its humor, which pokes fun at of the category body size.
Therefore she is pleased with the sudden appearance of Rudiger, her mother's old boy friend, and all of his desirable alternative life-style - communal living in the country, athletic, chum. Isabel's mother also feels comfortable around Rudiger. Finally when the parent's marriage threatens to fall apart, Isabel experiences her usually cool-headed father for the first time in despair.
She recognizes that she doesn't want to be without him. The decision which Isabel's mother must make remains open in the book. The emotional conflict felt by the young girl is portrayed with an agreeable matter-of- course, without any noticeable pedagogic- psychological linguistic mannerisms. Everyday literature in the best sense of the word. Jub illus. And yet Salim - son of an Arab who is a Swiss citizen - must often defend himself against violent, stronger boys.
On one such day he discovers a strange, bewildered girl who has hidden herself in the cellar of his apartment house. He would prefer to overlook his discovery, to forget it, repress it, because he senses that he will get into even more trouble on her account. His parents, however, demand that he take care of the little Muslim girl, who speaks no German. Soheila went into hiding after witnessing how her father was tortured and killed in the Yugoslavian war; seemingly minor incidents cause her to panic and she becomes unreachable for adults. Salim succeeds in reaching her through toys and animals.
In the end They go to school together — until her petition for asylum is turned down and Soheila is picked up by the police in the middle of the schoolday. She flees and cannot be found. The portrayal of the tragic fate of a child, hurt by war and violence, forced to live in strange surroundings, is emotionally convincing. The Story of Milan and Nicki Luzern: rex, The unloved father is killed in the civil war in Yugoslavia.
But even in the midst of peace, there is no end to violence for Milan. Now the older, stronger brother wants to step into the place of the brutal father; at school Milan is discriminated against by fellow pupils and teachers. When his mother enters hospital, Milan goes off on his own. He finds an older person who accepts him and understands him, but this friend, who had become a substitute father to him, dies. Only his friendship with a girl named Nicki and the support of her parents finally help him to overcome all his difficulties.
A view from the inside of a difficult daily life in multilingual Switzer land, which the native and the foreign children experience vividly - and the reader with them. Of course, Little Florin herself sees all of her large and small experiences as highly important and exciting. And so even an adult will read with pleasure about Teddy Max. Dachshound Oscar, how Flora loses a baby tooth bill doesn't throw it away, how she gives Mia, the parakeet, a burial and how she learns a judo chop so that the other children won't dare to laugh at her anymore on account of her speech problem, A cheery little book which shows with out much ado a family as a cooperative clan and even fights among siblings as solvable.
Now she must raise the little animal since its mother refuses to care for it any longer. Much resourcefulness and care are called for during their 15 days together. At last the little hare grows big and strong enough to be released into freedom. Austria German - - 67 Egli, Werner J. The American girl, Angie, a visitor in the village, involuntarily joins up with them. The hunt goes badly and two of the men die in the drift ice, the third one can be rescued but is seriously injured.
While the young white girl successfully battles against death with all her remaining strength, the Eskimo men give themselves up to fate with a certain resignation. The dramatic events of this novel are thrilling up to the last page. The reader gets a glimpse into the ethnological aspects of Eskimo life and learns the differences between white and Eskimo culture in terms of their attitudes to life and death for man and animal.
One day she tells her little son Takomi the ancient legend of a girl who once lived in the royal palace of the whales and was rescued by her mother and returned to earth. This interesting matriarchal variation of the tale of initiation has been illustrated with pictures of nighttime and water in a wide palette of blue tones which flow and circle around the text. The vast underwater world, the mysterious of the deep sea are opened up to the reader, vacillating between the world of nature and fairy tale.
Hence inquisitive children are encouraged here by penguins to ask as many dumb questions as possible without the usual scruples imposed by adults. And the children get their answers - first in a radio show, and now in a two-volume work on various topics. The editors, working through the penguins, ensure that in spite of all the sensible and nonsensical wordplay the significance of the questions is clear and the desired answers given - in one form or another, whether fable, fairy tale or factual report. To what extent the stories are appropriate, that is something the reader must reflect upon him or herself.
And that may be done with the greatest of pleasure. The story of a Bosnian refugee family Wien: Dachs, In this book she relates her experiences of war in the former Yugoslavia, her childhood in her hometown of Zvornik on the Drina River - which is not lost to her - and her escape, the confusion. Her contacts to her friends in Bosnia with whom she went to school - whether Serb or Muslim children - are not broken off. This book deserves particular attention not only because of its current relevance - about which the media is full of necessarily one-sided and short journalistic reports.
Here is a report of the personal experiences of younger and older people, completely lacking in sensationalism. They try to understand and survive their involuntary entanglement in the catastrophe of war. There is no mention of the gruesome acts which happened and are still happening, only of the wish of the civil population to live in peace in their homeland. The editor and co-author has included notes of history-making dates and geographical names. Wolfsaga The wolf saga Wien: Herder, ISBN Wolf- Dictatorship - Utopia The great black wolf Schogar Kan, stronger than all the other wolf leaders, wants to create heaven on earth for his pack.
He wants there to be only one great pack of wolves whose lives and survival is to be ensured with force against the rest of nature and other animals. He tolerates no opposition. Fighting and war crop up in Arcadia. Nonetheless or precisely because of it, the dictatorship must fall. His negative utopia of life, based on despotism, stands in contrast to the traditional, nature-given rules and to Waka, the eternal laws of creation.
Schogar Kan is not conquered by counterforce, but rather loses his power through the gentle art of persuasion of a weaker one. In this narrative the author portrays the laws which nature herself has created. The animals decide for or against anti-nature and violence in the form of the great wolf and bear the consequences of their decision. Kathe Recheis impressively presents a mighty question here.
With her protagonists of her saga of the natural world she dreams of an ideal, and above all of an achievable ideal world. Wir leben gern bei euch zuhaus We would like to live at your house Wien: Betz, If the proper minimal prerequisites and attitudes are present and proper care is given - as demonstrated here for twelve of the most common and beloved European house pets in text and pictures - both children and adults can have pleasure in a lively and healthy pet without pangs of conscience.
This is set out in an informative and detailed manner in this picture book which is suitable even for smaller children. Hence the stories her grandmother tells about life years ago seems like a fairy tale. Their tribe had been affluent, there were camels, goats and chickens for them all. And although the children didn't go to school, when they grew up they knew how to get along in life, This was the way it was until the civil engineers watered the wasteland around the village, spreading artificial fertilizer and claiming ever greater portions of the harvest for themselves.
Tribal disputes broke out among the neighbors, and the survivors were finally forced to move to the cities. That was how their impoverishment began. For all their greed, the members of the tribe had not listened to the warnings of the wise elders, but instead destroyed nature and hence their own life by the misguided use of technology. With tangible sadness, but without bitterness, the author tells a realistic story as a piece of fiction.
The text also represents the possibility for acquainting children with socio-cultural aspects of life without writing a "problem book. Alles hat einen Namen. Ein Wort-Schatz- Buch Everything has a name. A treasury of words Ravensburg: Ravensburger Bunchverlag, The chapters begin with the smallest place a box and end with the universe, showing in each case what is contained therein: box, knapsack, suitcase, closet, room and finally infinite cosmic space. A short verse characterizes each new dimension, pictures show the items, words describe the picture in German, English, and French.
The result is a play-like, but very informative dictionary even suited for very small children, who are able to explore their immediate and not-so-immediate surroundings and find out the names and labels of things. Schwarzer, Anneliese transl. ISBN Creation - Butterfly - Imagination For the "maker of all things" there exists from the creative point of view certain limitations: the animal and plant kingdom must remain strictly separate from one another.
There is no place for a "tree that sings like a bird And yet, young people in particular have their dreams. Rodolfo wants to invent a creature which "is like a bird and like a flower at once. He calls it Butterfly and invents butterflies for all regions of the world. Even the Wise Old One, a mother figure like those in the creation myths of primitive peoples, impressively appearing in a huge scarlet gown, is enchanted by this unexpected beauty. The young inventor is given permission to summon together a jury of all creators to decide about the necessity of a separate workshop for the butterflies.
The story is fully of fantasy and intelligence, the text which is not available in this form in Spanish holds an exotic type of brilliance; and Eribruch's pictures are as fascinating as ever. Seriousness and caricatural humor intersect with one another also at the formal artistic level. Inspite of the naturalistic portrayal of figures and objects on the page, the artist sensitively and accurately conveys the atmosphere of the both tedious and pleasurably creative task of designing.
The large-sized, prize-winning book deserves all the attention it will receive. Germany German - - 76 Boie, Kirsten Erwachsene reden. Marco hat etwas getan Adults talk. Marco has taken action Hamburg: Oetinger, Their comments range from "no comment" to wordy statements, more or less precise, more or less burdened with self-reflection and the question of adult guilt in regard to Marco's behavior. Marco killed two people, Turkish children. Even Marco had spoken aloud about the possibility of a similar deed, but no one paid attention to him - as had been the case throughout his childhood.
To achieve just that, namely to achieve recognition, he took action. But when the asylum seekers arrive, problems between the local residents and the foreigners arise. Using a very adept narrative technique the author brings in all the usual arguments and pseudo-arguments about the issue of enmity toward foreigners. Based on an isolated incident, the social setting for the potential origins of misanthropic and xenophobic acts become better understandable.
Momme in Schweden. Die Dachsreise Momme in Sweden. The badger's journey Hamburg: Rowohlt, There he finds Bellmann, the old horse with a hundred faces, just one cow in the barn and mysteriously feuding neighbors, with whom however a reconciliation is possible. An elk calf is separated from its mother and Momme decides he will never to shoot elk, but instead become a farmer. A badger gets caught in a trap and is rescued from a sure death. This sympathetic story presents a not quite ideal world - but also not a problem world - and its inhabitants.
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Much is only alluded to, much remains part of an undefined background, but the protagonists are clearly drawn. The imaginative fantasy of children and the real world of adults are united in a pleasant relationship which all of them can accept. The publisher of this original paperback is to be congratulated for including the illustrations by Klaus Ensikat, which effortlessly include these widely differing worlds in his drawings.
He suddenly realizes that he knows nothing about the people whose names he is cleaning daily. At first he goes to concerts to hear their music, then to the public library to read their books. Soon he is singing and reciting while he works. An audience gathers around him and he is given a show on television. To make a long story short: the street sign cleaner turns down a post at the university and continues to his own work, holding lectures for his own and his listeners' pleasure. Two dimensional colors and distorted proportion, often out of perspective, correspond in a formal way to the substance of this sympathetic, but unfortunately hardly imaginable story about a happy person.
The dynamicism of the scenes is captured in the borders of each spread, which for the most part contains both text and illustration. Italic font and scattered motifs of musical instruments form a harmonious unity, as is also true of the brown-green tones. This fairy tale picture book has no expiration date. This is the beginning of the true story of all colors. White lets all the other colors glow and shine, and each individual color - red, blue, yellow - want to capture its place on white. In doing so, they come together and even mix with one another.
To their great dismay they must accept that new members of the family thus arrive: orange, violet, brown and black. Each color has its own idiosyncrasies: red is loud, blue is gentle, violet is silent. Finally white, the sum of all colors, establishes order amidst all the fights over rank order and position. It invents the chromatic circle. Each is appointed an acceptable place between its neighboring relations.
By giving the colours their own willfulness and character, the author creates a dynamic and structured tale for children who like to draw. In this fictive biography he confesses his remedy against the disease to his stepson, the narrator: try to imagine a journey that one wants to make at all costs. In fact Stevenson did succeed in drawing out the deadly course of his illness until his 44th year through many changes of climate and location. In this biography Hetmann combines fictitious passages with original texts by Stevenson, including those from the lesser known homo politicus.
The reader experiences the birth of the novel "Treasure Island" as a joint idea of Stevenson and his stepson. Both enjoyed combining their fantasies of adventure and observations of unusual contemporaries into a story which the adult writes while the youth spurs it onwards when it begins to slacken. Precise biographical research and detailed portrayals of Stevenson's places of residence endow the book with a convincing atmosphere.
Her aunt Lou would be glad to adopt her, but isn't allowed to as long as she is unmarried. Halinka lives with her thoughts and dreams more outside than inside the children's home where it finds everything and everyone antagonistic. In her loneliness, she takes emotional comfort from writing in her secret book of thoughts but no feelings, in case a stranger were to find it , where important sentences such as that of the title of this book. There are many little tricks used for survival in the everyday life of the children's home, including the art of not falling for the mean tricks of the other girls.
But still there are positive moments, even with some adults, such as when a teacher silently ignores Halinka's misdeeds. Mirjam Pressler succeeds in letting the reader experience the child narrator's desperation, anger and maliciousness, her joy and happiness. Das ist kein Papagei! And she-birds never repeat what they are told to say. They fall asleep while you are talking. One could even consider them dumb or untalented.
But not Lina. She got the picture right from the very beginning, but for all their fighting, her parents didn't hear her for a long time. After being unmasked and giving proof of her diligence - she claims to speak thirteen language fluently and understand twenty others - the she-bird is allowed to stay in the family. The text and illustrations of this lovely, caricatural story of a secret matriarchy fit together in ideal harmony. The illustrator fulfills all the subversive visual desires of the beholder. Innenansichten aus dem Jugendknast Youth behind bars. Inside a juvenile detention center Recklinghausen: Bitter, With this program she hoped to give even the functional illiterates there a sphere in which young criminals would be able to name and deal with their own difficulties.
Some of those interviewed were even prepared to participate in the newly founded reading club in the center. Some, such as the co- author Wagner, a young gypsy, recognized writing as an opportunity to develop a feeling of inner freedom even in a non-free situation. In general the work with the inmates took place on a friendly level. The author contributes her own texts in this volume; the inmates began to interest themselves for their own life only after they had begun to write about their feelings and thoughts. Extraordinary both for their often sly, and even sassy content, and equally so for their eccentric illustrations which are scattered throughout the book either on full-sized pages in strong, but not glaring colors, or inserted as vignettes at the beginning of the chapter, or in black-white-and-ochre tones as a preface to some texts.
The overall design paper quality, typeface, binding, and dustjacket is pleasing in its harmony. The 43 stories invite the reader to this or that discovery: beginning with Adam and Eva's paradise, ending with alternative life- styles of outsiders such as the "little giant" or the "slow one," and in between in chapters dedicated to things, animals, names, puzzles and magic. At least that is how it used to be.
The word "education" is not part of the Tuvinian language. Children learn the rules of behavior for specific situations as part of a group; everything else is learned by listening, observing, imitating and helping. The most important beings in the life and surroundings of the young narrator are his "grandmother," an unknown older woman who came once upon a time into the tent village. Ail, and stayed on because the child "chose" her and they no longer wanted to part, and the dog Arsylang, leader of the pack and their faithful companion, "my brother-instead-of- a-brother" as the author calls him.
The climax and end of this narrator's childhood is a long hard winter which the little family barely manages to survive along with a very few of their herd. For the dog Arsylang the new period, with its technical possibilities, brings a fateful danger when he eats the poison that the father sets out for the maraurading predators. The enormous force of the text lies in its long "inner wind," which challenges the imagination and con- veys the rhythm of tension and restfulness in the life of the Ail.
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The author of this autobiographical memoir, Galsan Tschinag, was born into a Tuvinian family of nomadic animal-herders in the Mongolian People's Repubulic in He studied German in East Germany between and , and wrote this novel in German. In he was awarded the Adalbert von Chamisso Prize in Munich. Betrayed by his physical appearance, he is beaten up, teased, and finally taken away and sterilized by doctors. His parents are able to save him just before deportation and hide him for many long months in a lonely garden house. Only at the end of the war does he learn that he was a child of gypsies and had been taken in by a foster family.
Muscha's story is told from the perspective of another school boy and the reader, as Muscha himself, is kept in the dark about the real grounds for his suffering until the end of the novel. Only in an epilogue does it become clear that the story of Muscha is absolutely authentic. They are hindered only by the chains which bind them to Happy Juran's caravan wagon.
Though Zadek feels chained up, Mischa has forgotten what freedom is. Only as a bear cub could he run over meadows and rob beehives of honey, before Juran made him into a dancing bear. The two runaways make their dreams come true; now and then one sees them roaming happily through the woods. The text is pleasing on the one hand for its unsenti- mental portrayal of the sad lot of captive animals and still it offers the most splendid situational comedies which arise from man and animal trying to live together but having only a limited amount of mutual tolerance.
Full-sized black-and-white pictures by Reinhard Michi contribute to this reading pleasure. Switzerland German - - 90 Ebet-Schifferer, Sybille ed. Thorbecke, Jan Peter et al. Five silent witnesses study a clay pig: years of encouters in the museum Bern: Benteli, ISBN Art museum This exceptional information book doesn't intend to be a museum guide but rather a stimulus for the reader to discover art.
To this end the book is designed using a series of graphic techniques such as pieces of art in various sizes or excerpts and in unexpec- ted places on the page. In the descriptive texts, in the comparisons between different epochs using individual works as examples, as well as in the fold-out chronological tables an instructive survey is created with- out any recognizable pedagogical impetus.
At the same time various possibilities and techniques of artistic book design are shown in the layout of the catalog itself. In all these aspects the curiosity and pleasure in discovery in both children and adults are offered. The guide is an exemplary escort. It includes illustrations of pieces held in the Hessian State Museum in Darmstadt. In the tale of Caliph of Bagdad and his Great Vizir present themselves her in a new form. The illustrator gives them the unmistakable features of storks and men; he does the same for the magicians who give the impetus for the whole plot and are punished for their evilness in the end.
Full-page illustrations reflect the splendor of the Orient and the expanse of its landscape. The generous type-setting is pleasing to the eye, delicate initial vignettes grace the beginning of each chapter. The large-sized book represents, without being designed at an unusual expense. Not only in content but also in its imagery, an imaginable Oriental world which is by tradition dedicated to leisure and pleasure. The splendor of the pictures upholds the childlike joy of reading and telling stories.
The traditional figura- tiveness of the Orient appears at times cari- catural, surpassing the textual content of the story. In this way the frames obtain their own authenticity, which at once interprets and depicts the Hauff tale.
Hanna Johansen has made use of this fact to create a poetic case for the individualists of this world, wherever they may be hiding. Mother Mole loves her little children, her "closest to her heart little silk worms" as much as any other concerned mother. The little moles get along together, fight and battle with one another, become independent. They dig their own tunnels. The little girl mole, much to her own surprise, even tolerates a guest in her wing of the tunnel once. And soon she builds a nest of her own and has her own little "closes to her heart silk worms" to take care of, at least for a while.
But the story in this book is not quite so thin. There are the most marvelous odors in the mole tunnels, they are crawling with little bugs and insects, "friends" of the moles. That is how the life of a mole is - friends are those you can eat, enemies are those who can eat you. The art of storytelling needs few words, just the right ones.
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